The Best Ways to Keep Up to Date with PR News in the Summer – Alyssa Goodenow

With the months flying by, it’s hard to believe we’re already in the ‘Dog Days’ of summer this year. During this particularly hot season, it’s especially important to relax and take extra time for yourself-- because when else does a college student get this much time off! But, as we know, the professional world never … Continue reading The Best Ways to Keep Up to Date with PR News in the Summer – Alyssa Goodenow

Advice To Incoming Freshmen – Maggie Noll

Change can come with a lot of emotions such as being anxious, uneasy, scared, and even being excited. Those emotions were exactly how I felt starting my college freshman year as well as so many other college freshmen out there. This is extremely cliché to say but your college years go by so quickly, so … Continue reading Advice To Incoming Freshmen – Maggie Noll

Internship Diary – ellie coldiron

In almost every PRSSA meeting, there seems to be one common tip the speakers give us – Bobcats love helping Bobcats. I kept this in the back of my mind but never thought I would act on it. Then, as I was applying for internships last winter, I was inspired to act on this advice … Continue reading Internship Diary – ellie coldiron

Five tips for the first week of an internship – Laine Dannemiller

After spending months networking, tailoring resumes, writing cover letters, and interviewing, college students across the country have accepted internships that will jumpstart their careers. However, after getting that dream internship, how can students ensure that they’ll thrive in their position? Well, any PR professional knows that first impressions matter, and the first week of any … Continue reading Five tips for the first week of an internship – Laine Dannemiller

Senior Farewell – Alyssa Gormley

On November 1, 2023, I will be crying. Just like I have on November 1st in 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, and… you get the gist. Birthdays are special days, and serve as reminders of reflecting on the years before and ahead. People feel joyous on birthdays, and celebrate in positive manners. Some for … Continue reading Senior Farewell – Alyssa Gormley

APRIL 18- Curtis Danburg, cleveland guardians

Curtis Danburg is entering his 27th season with the Cleveland Guardians. As Vice President of Communications and Community Impact, he oversees Corporate Communications, Baseball Information, Player Relations, Broadcasting, Digital Media, Photography, Historical Archives and Community Impact initiatives.  He began his career with the organization by spending three years interning for the Media Relations Department before … Continue reading APRIL 18- Curtis Danburg, cleveland guardians

“My experience with the Bateman Case Study Competition” BY Lauren Reed

My first look at the ins and outs of a public relations campaign came from the Bateman Case Study competition. At the beginning of 2021, I was still a fresh member of Scripps PRSSA when I got exposed to last year’s campaign, Cultivating Change. I attended one of their focus groups over Zoom and wondered … Continue reading “My experience with the Bateman Case Study Competition” BY Lauren Reed

APRIL 11- TONY COLES, IHEART MEDIA

Tony Coles is the President of BIN: Black Information Network and Division President of Metro Markets for iHeartMedia. He was instrumental in the launch of BIN, the first and only audio network that provides 24/7 news and objective information with a full focus on the Black community. As President, he leads all operations for the … Continue reading APRIL 11- TONY COLES, IHEART MEDIA

APRIL 4- JASMINE GARCIA, SNAPCHAT

Jasmine Garcia is a Senior Account Manager at Snapchat, based out of Chicago IL. For the past 4+ years, Jasmine has worked with many prominent retailers to grow their advertising business on Snapchat. Jasmine Garcia is a 2014 cum laude graduate of the Scripps College of Communications, and majored in Strategic Communication with minors in … Continue reading APRIL 4- JASMINE GARCIA, SNAPCHAT

“Three brands that are changing the game on TikTok” BY MACY CANTRELL

It’s a known fact that TikTok has changed the way brands interact with consumers forever. However, some brands are taking risks to earn more engagement. Here are a few unexpected companies who are killing it on TikTok. Duolingo Duolingo, the language learning platform received 25.1 million views on one TikTok in November 2021. Many wonder … Continue reading “Three brands that are changing the game on TikTok” BY MACY CANTRELL